Political Roundup

April 1946
New Republic;4/8/46, Vol. 114 Issue 14, p464
Focuses on the political developments in the U.S. in reference to the incoming elections. Emphasis on women's activities by the Democratic and Republican National Committees; Nomination in Indiana by state party convention and selection of delegates through a primary election; Efforts of Democrats to return Senator Joe Guffey and the Democratic congressional delegation in Pennsylvania.


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